(NOTE: This is a repost of an article that was corrupted and caused the outage of the site last week.)
“How would you shoot a fork?”
That was the question I asked my Project 52 Students for last week’s assignment. Photograph a fork and make it interesting.
Forks are mundane, utilitarian, and ubiquitous. They are simply everywhere, and people are very used to seeing them. So the challenge is to shoot the fork(s) in a way that makes someone stop and look at a picture of a fork.
I think they did a splendid job on this assignment.